I am completely new to this so please feel free to refer me to an existing response/post. I have, however, searched the forum and not found what I am looking to do…
I am importing data from a CSV in a X-Y-Z-Sig1-Sig3-Strain-Etc… format but the grid is not regular (tighter points in the center and more spaced away from center). I am looking to produce a VTK with “structured points” (binary or ascii) – this is required for another software (Voxler).
a) Is this VTK (the one I am trying to output) referred to as a 3D uniform lattice?
b) How would I use Paraview to interpolate between my unregular grid to produce the structured points VTK?
c) How can I export the result from Paraview to VTK?
d) Could I use Python to execute these operations in batch (read CSV, interpolate, and export to VTK)?
I appreciate your help.